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Thank you for the greeting. I didn't know this forum existed until it populated during a search for a "square" setup. I am trying to find the best solution for "cold" weather (30-50 F) wheels/tires for December-February, as well as a track square setup. So many questions which I haven't found clear answers to related to wheel options for the street when cold and the track that is easily rotated, so I thought this place might help more.Congrats on the Classic Colored R, soon she will have her own " Heritage " running through the hills of Kentucky. Plenty of data here on rims, tires, camber settings, etc. , because it takes very little for a GT 350 to intimidate others at the track. Don't discount running an Autocross once in awhile, as the GT 350 is very competitive in it's stock Class , and if you hang huge meats on it , you will do quite well running it in Regional CAM-C competition.
Great looking car, and I really like the color, ha!
Be sure to invite any other track rats (or soon to be track rats) you know from other communities to join you here. We've got a great group of people here with a massive amount of experience and knowledge, which they're happy to share with beginners.Thank you for the greeting. I didn't know this forum existed...
Beauty and "eye of the beholder" and all that.I hate you (not really )
the 2020 HE - R is the BEST looking R they have made
Beauty and "eye of the beholder" and all that.
There were a LOT of colors I considered from '17-20; some mostly for the best deal, and I struggled with the color from day one. I started looking 11 months ago and went in circles looking for and thinking about what colors I would accept to get the best deal. It started with the base '17/18 and some of those great colors and others I was less enthusiastic about, then shifted to '19+ for the build changes to the base model while slowly considering the extra $ for the R. Then it was 50/50 R vs base in Red w/white (bold and classic), FP blue w/white or black (subtle and showed lines well) and Kona blue w/white or black. Then I saw the Wimbledon in pictures and in person and dug the contrasted subtle white w/black accents on the plastics and wheels. Admittedly, as much as I like the Wimbledon/Guardsman for its outright esthetics, I also feel a slight tug due to its heritage. Ultimately, it took my wife telling me to just get the car I wanted so I didn't have regrets...so here we are.